St Peter, PO34 5EN
Originally part of the parish of St Helens work began on constructing St Peter's in 1858 and it became the parish church for Seaview in 1907.
Much extended over the years the church now seats in excess of 200 with a side aisle and lady chapel built as a memorial to the men from Seaview who lost their lives in the First World War. The wide chancel arch is fitted with an attractive wrought iron screen.
Traditional language said communion with short address
Sung Eucharist Plus Children's Church
Contemporary Language, robed choir, seasonal variations
Children's Church runs simultaneously alongside main service with children being with congregation at beginning and end of service
Common Worship-said communion with short address, followed by fellowship with coffee/tea and chat
( Second Thursday of each month is a Common Worship service for the Mother's Union Corporate Communion)